HA! Whenever I saw one of those on a ball, I just thought it was a cover
Well, that makes two of us then, cuz I have no idea what it stands for either
I gotta disagree with you. I'm not saying they look good in photos, more that they look bad in photos AND in person. To me, they look like an accord wagon that they simply chopped the roof off behind the rear seats. It's not even a truck for crissakes. Every real truck starts with a FRAME. The obvious reason for this is strength. Trucks need to haul and tow a lotta weight. To tow a lot of weight you need a receiver mounted to a FRAME. To tow and haul a lot of weight you need lotsa TORQUE. In order to have a motor onboard that has a lot of torque, you need a .....F-R-A-M-E. Why you ask? I'll tell ya. Torque is twist. If you [try to] contain a lot of torque with just a (uni) body, you'll twist it into a pretzel.
Jeez...I could go on and on about it being FWD, not having true/real 4wd, but suffice it to say that Honda built a 'truck' for people who buy Hondas.
To those people, a 'truck' is what you use to go to Home Depot and stock up on plants and mulch. With a 'truck' you don't have to dirty the inside of your Civic's truck, and being a Honda, it's no taller than their cars, and most of all, it's not scary to drive like those American, smoke-belching,fuel-slurping, menacing beasts, that there should be laws against